I hope these never become a part of football
Why do half-and-half shirts offend football fans? (Source BBC Website)
If there's one subject guaranteed to divide the global public, it's the beautiful game.But if you look at social media chatter, an emerging trend seems to be uniting thousands of football fans: a shared animosity to the emergence of the "half-and-half" football shirt.
These mysterious garments are essentially two half-kits, from two different teams, stitched together. They don't seem to be mass manufactured, but rather sewn together at home. Pictures of these one-off half-and-half kits keep emerging on Twitter and Facebook. Sometimes they commemorate both sides in a particular match, but often they simply show two different sides a fan supports. And some writers have argued that they represent a turn against tribal loyalty in football.
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